Spring Class Session at cone 10 studios
Spring session classes at cone 10 studios begin April 1, 2013. We are offering beginning, advanced beginning and special topic classes in wheel thrown pottery, introduction to handbuilding techniques, clay sculpture, and classes for children.
cone 10 studios offers open studio time for student work, and high fire reduction firing. Class sizes are limited to provide space and individual instruction. Course fees include glaze and firing. Clay and beginner’s tools are at additional cost. Clay can be purchased through cone 10 studios and tools from your local art supply store.
To register, call cone 10 studios at 843-853-3345, or fill out the online registration form and mail fee to:
cone 10 studios
1080-B Morrison Drive
Charleston, SC 29403
Beginning Wheel Throwing and Introduction to Clay
Tuesdays, 9:30-12:00 with Miyako Fujiwara
April 2 – May 21, fee $210
Wednesdays, 6-8:30pm with Miyako Fujiwara and Anne John
April 3 – May 22, fee $210
This class will cover methods of centering clay and throwing cylinder and bowl forms such as mugs, cups and bowls and fundamentals of hand building techniques. Students will learn how to finish their pots through trimming, decorating and glazing.
Advanced Beginning Wheel Throwing
Mondays, 6-8:30pm with Anne John
April 1 – May 20, fee $210
In this class students will reinforce throwing skills, trimming, and glazing skills and progress to larger, more complex forms. Basic throwing skills recommended.
Thursdays, 6-8:30pm with Ruth Ballou
April 4 – May 23, Fee: $210
with Holly Benton
Thursdays, 6-8:30 pm, April 4 – May 23, fee: $225(clay included)
Wednesdays, 12:30-3:30 with Holly Benton, April 3-May 15, June 5-glazing class, fee, $225
Manipulation of clay using pinching, coiling and slab construction. Students will learn construction, assembly and glazing techniques
Children and Young People
Clay for Kids (4 weeks)
Tuesdays, 3:30-5pm with Celia Cerasoli
April 9 – April 23, fee $150
Students will learn the art of handbuilding while making fun projects in clay, using pinch and slab methods, and molds. Ages 6 – 12.